Pray for Georgia

Pray for Georgia: Requests for July

Each day, pray for the request for that date and then repeat one each day, if applicable, the remainder of the month. Please remember to join the concert of prayer at 9:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. each day.

1. Pray for Associational WMU directors to attend the July 20 WMU Director’s Equipping Event.
2. Pray that Associational WMU directors attending the July 20 WMU Director’s Equipping Event will encourage church leaders in their association to be on mission and equipped for the new church year.
3. Continue to pray for camp activities as they finish their last two weeks.
4. Pray that many churches will be inspired by God to begin missions discipleship for preschool and children.
5. Pray that women in our churches will be led by God to invest in relationships and see other women come to faith and lead in disciple making.
6. Pray that the camp staff will be encouraged by God’s Spirit as they return home and back to school to live out their faith life with integrity and joy.
7. Pray for the development of training resources for age-level missions discipleship for Georgia.
8. Pray for our board to be active and involved as they lead across the state to assist women who are leading in churches and associations.
9. Pray for wisdom for the staff to clearly hear God and follow His direction for what He wants to accomplish through women in His church.
10. Pray for current and previous camp staff to stay connected to Jesus and become strong leaders in our Georgia Baptist churches.
11. Pray for the year’s upcoming plans and that the professional staff has the wisdom to make decisions consistent with God’s desires.
12. Pray for the Georgia Baptist Women support staff as they serve Him faithfully. Pray His Spirit would inspire them.

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Pray for Camp Pinnacle, Summer Missions Camp for Girls

      • Pray that the campers and staff will continue growing deeper in their walks with Jesus and answer His call daily.
      • Pray that parents and leaders will be sensitive to what the Holy Spirit is doing in their campers’ life, and know how to continue discipling and encouraging them.
      • Pray that registration will go up so that more girls and teens may hear about the love of Jesus, learn about missions, and be discipled and encouraged in their relationship with Jesus.
      • Ask the Lord to prepare the hearts of the campers AND staff before they come to camp, so that they may be open to what He wants to show them and lead them to do.
      • Pray that the Lord will continue to bless the summer by providing safety and health for all campers and staffers throughout the summer, including no illness, no injuries, good weather, etc.
      • Pray that Karen and others involved in preparing the theme, programs, mission focus, culture, and other camp details will be sensitive and obedient to the Holy Spirit’s direction, and focus on exalting Jesus and creating an environment where girls can experience God.

Christian Women’s/Men’s Job Corps (CWJC/CMJC) serves those living in poverty with a holistic approach, addressing spiritual, physical, and relational needs. Participants are equipped for life and employment through education, job skill training, Bible study, and mentoring.

Download the PDF for CWJC August Requests

Southwest Atlanta CWJC/New Calvary Missionary Baptist Church: Toni Jacob & Reita Bourget, Site Coordinators

      • Pray that we will have an overflow of participants that are ready to make real changes in their lives.
      • Pray for leadership of CWJC of Southwest Atlanta.
      • Pray that the CWJC of Southwest Atlanta house will be completed soon.
      • Pray for business partners that will offer donations, services and employment/internship opportunities for participants.
      • Pray for candidates of the Advisory Council that are willing to be active supporters of CWJC of Southwest Atlanta.

LifeSong Ministries, Inc.: Dolores Evans & Jenny Flowers, Site Coordinators

      • Please pray for God to send those women to us that He wants us to serve at this time & pray for the ones who come to this class.
      • Pray He will raise up more mature Christian women with a heart to serve to coach our ladies.
      • Pray for our coaches.
      • Pray for volunteer staff of: Bonnie- instructor, Jenny- student relations, Judi- coach/mentor chairman, Robin- Computer instructor, Nikki- finance instructor, Christina- Bible Study instructor, & Dolores- site coordinator.

The Storm Shelter CWJC of Monroe: Pam Whitehead, Site Coordinator, One-on-one site

      • Ask God to send us mentors for the women.
      • Pray for the women we will be reaching.
      • Pray that we get the information out to our churches and community about our CWJC effectively.
      • Pray for those preparing to train our mentors.

CWJC of Greater Columbus: Gwen Foster, Site Coordinator

      • Ask God to send more participants for Fall Class.  We want to have a “full” class of 12.
      • Pray for my health and strength and for class room teachers and other volunteers
      • Pray for financial resources to be sufficient for all that God will have us do for this class

The Bridge of Tift County: Martine Hill, Site Coordinator

      • Please pray for God to send participants for our fall class
      • Please pray for our volunteer teachers and mentors as they prepare to minister to our new fall class
      • Please pray for Martine Hill, site coordinator, as she leads the site and cares for ill family members

New site in Blackshear, GA: Marian Evans & Sharon Peacock, Site Coordinators

      • Praise God for His provision in instructors, resources, and encouragement for Marian Evans and Sharon Peacock as they have followed His leading in establishing this new site.
      • Please pray that God will send participants and mentors.
      • Pray for the new instructors as they begin to teach classes on September 1, 2015.
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Project HELP: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
With increases in school shootings, the prevalence of natural disasters, and veterans returning from war, our society is keenly aware of the suffering produced by trauma. During the years 2014-2016, we will explore Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), a diagnosable mental disorder as classified by the DSM-V. Some key facts about PTSD include the following: PTSD is a diagnosable mental health disorder that must be diagnosed by a professional. PTSD is caused by certain events such as sexual abuse, natural disasters, serious accidents, participating in war, etc. Anyone is susceptible to PTSD after a traumatic event. PTSD is experienced around the world, though women are twice as likely to develop PTSD as men. Some research suggests this is due to the fact that women are more likely to experience interpersonal trauma than men. Please check back for more information about praying for those affected by PTSD.